Occupational Health Psychology
April 2010, ©2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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"It is of interest for all those involved with the protection and promotion of workers' health and safety. For occupational health professionals, it enables a deeper understanding of the roots of many commonly encountered work problems and helps improve the quality of advice given as well as to help refine practice." (Occupational Medicine, 1 March 2011)
"Since its emergence as a discipline in the 1990s, occupational health psychology has generated a wealth of scientific knowledge on work-related stress and wider organisational issues associated with individual and organisational health. This text aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to the discipline and a reader-friendly overview of the key themes in research and practice." (Times Higher Education, November 2010)‘Occupational Health Psychology is a much needed textbook for this rapidly developing field. It provides a thorough and up-to-date introduction to this topic. The contributors include some of the most eminent scholars working in this area. I strongly recommend it as a text for any introductory course on Occupational Health Psychology. It belongs on the bookshelf of anyone with an interest in this area. It is the current authority on this topic.’
—Professor Victor Catano, Chair of Psychology, Saint Mary’s University, USA
‘"Occupational Health Psychology brings together the world’s finest minds in a thorough, accessible overview of the discipline complete with its advances and challenges. Guaranteed fuel for the imagination - what would it take, in theory and practice, to improve occupational health, safety, and well-being worldwide? A ‘go to’ book, and a touchstone for future work."
—Professor Maureen Dollard, Foundation Director of the Work and Stress Research Group, University of South Australia